Bronx rapper Connie Diiamond shares ‘HBNL2’ visual: Watch

In a short visual, Bronx-native rapper Connie Diiamond explains the reasons why women from the hood need love too. They, women from urban areas of the globe, may be rough around the edges and don’t take any mess from their loved ones, but they are still deserving of finding love. Watch the video for ‘HBNL2’ down below.

A month ago, Connie Diiamond released a visual for her freestyle over Drake’s ‘Can’t Take a Joke’ instrumental. Check it out.

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